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Maida - 2 cups 
Rice flour - 
11/2 tbsp 
Baking powder- 
1/4th tsp 
Curd - 
2 tbsp 
Warm water - 
11/4th cups 
Sugar - 3 cups

  1. Mix maida, rice flour, baking powder, curd and 3/4th cup of the water in a bowl and whisk it well.Set side for few hours to ferment.
  2. Whisk thoroughly before use.
  3. Prepare one string consistency of sugar syrup by dissolving it in the water. Just before the syrup is ready add a pinch of food colour.
  4. Heat oil in a kadai. Pour the batter in a plain thin damp cloth with a hole in the middle.Squeeze it out slowly to form like coil in the hot oil . 
  5. Deep fry them until they are golden and crisp all over but not roasted.
  6. Remove from the kadai and dip in the sugar syrup for 4-5 minutes so that they soak well in the syrup.
  7. Take the jilebi out of syrup and serve hot.


Unknown said…
looks perfect & super delicious.....
Raks said…
Perfectly made jalebi shama :)
Nava K said…
Gosh, I am so tempted. I love this sweet though I only eat it moderately.
Unknown said…
Looks mouthwatering
Unknown said…
Jalebi looks delicious, do visit my page when you get free
Looks very tempting and delicious....
done nicely my son's fav
Unknown said…
wow.. Jalebi looks nice.. parcel pls..
Archana said…
perfectly made. I was on a look out for jelabi recipe.
yummy n tempting jilebi...
Hamaree Rasoi said…
Delicious and droolworthy to look at jalebis.
Unknown said…
Perfectly made tempting Jelabi
Sangeetha Priya said…
crisp n light perfect Jilebi!!!
Swathi said…
Delicious jielbi shama.
Unknown said…
perfectly made and delicious jilebi :) looks fabulous !!
Chitra said…
Wow, looks perfect. Super crispy too :)
Can you pass me the platter please.. Super tempting..
Unknown said…
love this juicy jilabies.
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